Microsoft is launching Loop in its Office suite , which is a new application designed to simplify project collaboration in the era of remote and collaborative work.
The Microsoft Loop application is basically a company’s idea of collaboration. Users can create projects in the software, and can independently copy, paste, and share projects or content with others. Loop software can exist across multiple applications, and users can update these content modules in real time.
Jared Spataro, vice president of Microsoft Corporation, described the Loop project as a way to abandon documentation. Microsoft said Loop will be available in its Teams, Outlook and OneNote applications later in November. The main Loop application will be released later, and the company will share information about updating the software in the next few months.
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